Technology for learning
Ultrafast broadband is transforming education – how and where teaching is delivered, how teachers and students collaborate with their peers and each other, and how far learning networks reach.
The steps for getting hooked up to high-quality broadband and a secure internet connection
Reaping benefits of broadband and using the TELA laptop scheme.
Ministry-funded software – Apple, Microsoft, Novell, Sketch-Up Pro, Symantec Antivirus, Websense.
Your responsibilities, and how to fulfil them – budgets, contractors, and standards for warranties
Security on N4L, the Network for Learning – a free, secure retail service provider (RSP) for schools, and security services if you use an independent RSP
For ICT contractors, and staff who work on school networks
Simplify and automate tasks for running your school, and share data between students, teachers, and schools, with these systems and tools.
0800 225 542, or 09 356 3167 – get phone, email, and on-site support
The Connected Learning Advisory (CLA) | Te Ara Whītiki service concludes at the end of 2018. State and state-integrated schools can phone 0800 700 400 for information on digital technologies for learning.
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